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. bulger eluded the fbi for 14 years by hiding in plain site in santa monica, california. tonight, you'll hear from the agents who finally caught him, with some help from an alley cat and his girlfriend's breast implants. >> we just rushed him. >> kroft: you mean guns out? "fbi, don't move!" >> i asked him to identify himself and that didn't go over well. he asked me to "f"-ing identify myself. and i asked him, i said, "are you whitey bulger?" he said, "yes." >> zeig heil! zeig heil! >> stahl: if they sound like nazis, it's because they are... >> zeig heil! zeig heil! zeig heil! >> stahl: ...the largest nazi group in america rallying in trenton, new jersey. >> this isn't dress-up. this isn't a game. we're fighting for our children's future. >> stahl: jeff hall was the movement's rising star, who was murdered at point blank range in his own home. what's astonishing about this story was who did it. >> simon: the prosecution says you're a con man, a thief. what do you say to that? barry landeau pulled off the single largest theft of historic artifacts in the united states. thousands of it
the fbi's most wanted terrorist list. they have cast a nationwide net to capture him. >> reporter: the fbi has plastered giant photographs like this one of daniel andreas san diego near the bay bridge and all across the country. he is the first domestic terrorism fugitive added to the fbi's most wanted terrorist list. >> anyone with eyes undoers out there can help the fbi out. >> reporter: last december, fbi agents went door to door in this san rafael neighborhood where san diego has family ties. the fbi has tips that san diego has been spotted in novato, san rafael, and santa cruz, but he could also be in massachusetts, south america, or europe. >> it has been many years since the fbi has asked for the public east help. >> reporter: he is charged with the bombing of an office building in emeryville and pleasanton. >> damage to property. it would have been easy for a bystander to be hurt. >> reporter: he is a member of an extreme animal rights group and targeted the companies for their connection to an animal testing lab. san diego could have several tattoos. burns and collapsing building
on an fbi sting that brian ross covered many years ago. knows firsthand. tonight he sits down with the con man behind it all. what he wants now. >> reporter: the movie "american hustle" is based on the real life fbi sting on congress. called abscam. it was a huge scandal when it was first revealed 34 years ago. one of the first big stores i broke as a network correspondent. investigators calling operation abscan the most important since water gait. captivating the country. it focused attention on the con man and fbi informant who was behind it all. in "american hustle" he is called irving played by christian bail. bail is a dead ringer for the actual con man and informant right down to the tinted glasses and hair comover. his name is mel weinberg. rooting for bail to win an os r oscar. that's you? >> yeah that's the way my hair combed over. >> reporter: weinberg's biggest complaint is the casting of his wife played by jennifer lawrence who he says seemed hotter than his miss rouse played by amy adams. >> it should have been the other way around. it should be always your wife. >> reporter:
after a hearing last may. he says that never happened. he questions why the fbi's investigation into petraeus remains open 16 months after the general resigned. quote, my understanding is that as of today, the investigation into general petraeus is still ongoing. when will the investigation conclude? what are the issues still in question? he says the justice department should provide an answer quickly, given the serious allegations against petraeus' former number two, mike morell, who's accused of misleading congress over the talking points. during that may hearing last year, holder had few answers. >> when did you first learn about the investigation into general petraeus? >> i'm not sure. i'm not sure. some months -- i think a couple months after it began. >> do you know when general petraeus was notified or had any sense that he was under investigation? >> i'd have to go back and look. >> the issue here is whether petraeus knew about the fbi investigation at the time of the benghazi attack and was distracted or felt under pressure because his career was hanging in the balance.
fbi documents suggesting it may have been rigged. >>> your "new day" starts right now. >>> good morning. welcome to "new day." it's wednesday, february 26th, 6:00 in the east. the ball my weekend, just a big tease. the eastern two-thirds of the country now in the grips of a dangerous arctic blast. for good measure, there's snow in the forecast all the way to new england. indra petersons, our meteorologist whether tell us -- will tell us what's happening, where, and why. let's begin with ted row lands in frigid chicago. how you holding up? >> reporter: frigid is an understatement, chris. good morning. it's about 15 degrees below zero right now in chicago. much worse in other areas of the midwest. it is just getting to be too much to bear. the latest arctic blast is a harsh reminder that the winter that just won't quit isn't over. >> too long, too cold. >> reporter: cities across the country nearing record levels for snow and low temperatures. minnesota is an track to break its record of 52 days below zero. chicago has been below zero for 23 days this winter and the fifth highest
to be watched by supporters and opponents and the like. >> the fbi saw this about the first ali/listo fight. >> reporter: it was one of the greatest moments in american history. could the fight have been rigged? we'll tell you about new documents fueling that speculation. mine was earned in korea in 1953. afghanistan, in 2009. orbiting the moon in 1971. [ male announcer ] once it's earned, usaa auto insurance is often handed down from generation to generation. because it offers a superior level of protection. and because usaa's commitment to serve current and former military members and their families is without equal. begin your legacy. get an auto insurance quote. usaa. we know what it means to serve. [ mthat if you wear a partial,w you're almost twice as likely to lose your supporting teeth? try poligrip for partials. poligrip helps minimize stress which may damage supporting teeth by stabilizing your partial. care for your partial. help protect your natural teeth. ♪ 800,000 hours of supercomputing time, 3 million lines of code, 40,000 sets of eyes, or a million sleepless nights. wheth
, it's not working today. >> maybe that's just me. >> coming up on "new day," new fbi information on a mole who had access to osama bin la din eight years before the attacks. we'll give you the latest. >>> also ahead, she sure sounds like she's running. hillary clinton delivering a big speech in florida. did we just witness a preview of 2016? female announcer ] we eased your back pain, you turned up the fun. tylenol® provides strong pain relief while being gentle on your stomach. but for everything we do, we know you do so much more. tylenol®. you're an emailing, texting, master of the digital universe. but do you protect yourself? ♪ apparently not. when you access everything, you give everyone access to everything about you. but that's ok. while you do your thing... [ alert rings ] we'll be here at lifelock, doing our thing. watching out for things your credit card alone can't. [ alert rings ] and relentlessly protecting your identity. get lifelock protection and live life free. [ alert rings ] what is this place? where are we? this is where we bring together the fastest inte
you access to the fbi files. >> then you will just have to find another criminal to talk to. >> we have an agreement. >> the agreement is for me to bring cases to year. it does not work the other way around. i am not a consultant. i have no interest in cases i have no interest in. find a hit these days with the new series, but you got one. >> we were up against some pretty stiff competition, but we somehow managed to break through. it only took me about 50 years. [laughter] >> what do you think is making this work? james spader. he is a masterful actor. megan boone has done a great job playing the young rookie profiler, and i think we have a good chemistry. you have diego and all. we are working well together and we respect each other's game. >> spader is a great actor and i am not talking about the blacklist, but through the this 50 year career you joked about, when you see stuff on paper and you have about who is playing what character, do you always -- i don't want to ask if you always know, but what is the feeling in the gut you get as to whether you will fit nicely in this ens
on a real american hustle, an fbi sting called abscam that engulfed congress in 1980. >> the biggest political scandal to hit washington since watergate. >> reporter: and it was the first made-for-tv scandal resulting in convictions of seven members of congress, including a senator and other politicians, all caught on state-of-the-art surveillance taking thousands of dollars in bribes from phony arab sheikhs. one congressman actually stuffing cash in his suit with investigators claiming later he was hiding it from the mob. and like christian bale's irving rosenfeld, abscan's mastermind was also a con man. melvin weinberg, a flashy, bronx-born swindler turned paid fbi informant. we caught up with weinberg, now retired in florida. how'd you become a confidence man? >> oh, it was easy. you want to make a buck? i seen what was going on back in them days, and everybody was charging people points to get a construction loan or a mortgage. >> reporter: first targeting white-collar crime, weinberg and the fbi set up abdul enterprises, representing two mystical arab sheikhs eager to invest mon
evidence was handled. >> the fbi has reportedly taking a look at the case. the sun times reports the special prosecutor turned over as evidence to the fed's last june. the nephew of the former mayor pleaded guilty last month to throwing the punch that led to his death back in 2004. he says some officers were involved might be under investigation. the person shot and killed near a high school is identified. the victim is a 17 year- old from gary indiana. he was shot sunday night. he was rushed to the medical center and pronounced dead. police are looking at surveillance cameras for possible suspects. >> chicago police are looking for two gunmen who shot a woman at a bus stop during an attempted robbery. >> police say they were trying to take the woman's purse while she was waiting for a boss. she was shot twice and taken to the hospital. chicago >> police are questioning a 22 year-old suspect in a pair of robberies. surveillance captured these photos. he is believed to have dropped to women. the most recent robbery happened sunday morning. no charges have been filed. >> three form
says he's been playing it for 20 years, and he'll return to chicago next week to reclaim it. the f-b-i is reportedly taking a look at the david koschman case. the sun-times reports special prosecutor dan webb turned over his evidence to the feds last june. r-j vanecko ... a nephew of former mayor daley... pled guilty last month to throwing the punch that lead to koschman's death back in 2004. webb said he was unable to charge chicago police with breaking any law for botching the investigation. but he says some officers who were involved in the case may be under investigation for similar activities in other cases. the murder case against a suburban businessman may go to the jury by early next week. yesterday, a fourth woman, kathy rettke, testified she had an affair with allan kustok... and just a day after their first meeting, kustok's wife anita was found shot to death. prosecutors say kustok was a womanizer who wanted out of his marriage... and used an internet web site to meet women for discreet sex. the defense is challenging the way blood, gunpower residue, and other physical evid
where the justice department or the fbi in this case have maybe since the 1960s tracked the press. >> two pulitzer winning journalists discussed this issue, jim risen was jailed for refusing his source on government security. >> if we cannot provide confidentiality, and if that confidentiality can be threatened in court, then they will not be willing to go -- to reveal what's going wrong in the government. >> that issue between the press and the government yielded a surprising result in reporters without borders latest world press freedom index. for more than a decade, the organization has sent questionnaires to selected researchers and human rights activists in 100 countries. media independence, the environment in which reporters work and transparency, to affect news gathering. this year fin hand, the netherlands and norway lead the list. but the u.s., regarded by many as the world's leading democracy, ranked 46, one rung above haiti. sandy baron questions the low rating for the u.s. >> i think overall american journalists have very powerful protections, not the least of which is
by the fbi agent posing as a taliban go between. it was a set up. he has history of mental illness and judge says that was taken that consideration in the decision. he apologized to the jump and said would he seek psychiatric help while in prison. >> governor brown ended mystery today over whether he would run for reelection this year. the answer? yes. here's the picture he tweeted took out his papers this morning. he has been camey in the election plans and they said with march 7 filing dead lane approaching he has been watching the calendar. but he has been raising money. he's already got 17 million dollars in the bank. brown is 75 years old and if reelected it would be his fourth term as california governor. >> fremont police department is hosting a workshop tonight to help residents use the home security camera. the city scott creek neighborhood is peppered with camera after series of break-ins. tonight workshop will teach people how to use the camera best place to install them and how to register device with police. that way if a crime happens investigators know who may able to p
of the most epic fights of all time now newly released fbi documents suggesting it may have been rigged. >>> your "new day" starts right now. >>> good morning. welcome to "new day." it's wednesday, february 26th, 6:00 in the east. the ball my weekend, just a big tease. the eastern two-thirds of the country now in the grips of a dangerous arctic blast. for good measure, there's snow in the forecast all the way to new england. indra petersons, our meteorologist whether tell us -- will tell us what's happening, where, and why. let's begin with ted row lands in frigid chicago. how you holding up? >> reporter: frigid is an understatement, chris. good morning. it's about 15
legal rights? >> he shook up the world or was it the mom? >> new information that the fbi thought one of the most famous fights in history might have been fixed? we will hear from boxing legend, don king live. >> hello. i'm john berman. >> i'm michaela pereira. good morning out west. it is 8:00 a.m. out there. >>> happening now, a passenger terminal at the port of miami is being evacuated due to a bag of unknown substance. evacuation is affecting terminal "b" and a norwegian ship. they are out working on this. >> also, at this hour, we're awaiting a big decision by arizona governor, jan brewer, on the controversial ledgereligiou freedom bill. they include american, delta airlines, marriott and at&t. sources are telling us that brewer is very likely to veto it. it would allow businesses to turn away customers on religious grounds. critics say it is designed to discriminate against gays. >> talk about an arctic blast. temperatures have been below zero in parts of the midwest with windchills reaching 30 below. 15-25 degrees lower than normal across the midwest and 10-20 below average her
to investigators, even after he confessed and was riding in the car with the fbi, romano kept ranting and raving. an agent said, why don't you just let it go? romano said, "i'll never let it go." back to you. >> andrea, thank you very much. dramatic stuff. >>> let's go to the ten-year note and look at the yield. we had our third a auction in a row according to rick santelli and the yield on the ten-year hasn't budged. you're up to date after strong demand on the seven year. >>> meantime, the bond market followout from detroit's bankruptcy and puerto rico the financial crisis is catching the eye of the sec. bob pisani is with the sec's dan gallagher in a first on cnbc interview down at the nyse. bob? >> and nyse commissioners rarely appear on our air. dan does. thanks for joining us. before i ask about the bond market. news here. a british man charged with breaking into the computer servers of the federal reserve. the federal reserve. is our financial system safe from hacking like this? >> look, hacking is a constant threat, bob, and something we have to be completely vigilant about at the federa
down to the fbi and gets, you know, some of the latest -- what the latest threats are on terrorism and so on. some of the biggest cases that they have going. so it is a pretty long day that he has. and as you said there's been a lot of speculation as to how long he was going to stay in the job. he says that he wasn't intending to serve all two terms of president obama. he told us in an interview in november that he expected to stay well into this year in the office. so there's a lot of speculation that perhaps later this summer we might find out of his plans to leave. but he does say he loves his job. it's the best job he's ever had. and he's defied a lot of skeptic who is thought he wouldn't last this long. >> and he's in the news, evan, almost every day. over the last few weeks alone on the issue of marijuana in states saying the federal government will not impose federal laws in states that have legalized marijuana. just this week on issues particularly concerning gay rights he said the state attorney general should not have to defend laws that they do not feel are constitutiona
. prosecutors say he was thought his partner was a member of the taliban. he was actually an fbi agent. he was arrested as he tried to detonate a phony car bomb. the suv was actually filled with containers of harmless team. >>> you still can't talk or text on your cell phone when you drive but you can check to see where you're going. today a california appeals court ruled it's legal for drivers to read a map on their cell phones while behind the wheel. the ruling reverses the conviction of a fresno man. he was ticketed for looking at a map on his iphone when he was struck in traffic. >>> britain's signals intelligence division is stealing screen shots from hundreds of thousands of yahoo webcam videos according to the guardian newspaper. that agency with the help of the u.s. government snapped photos from 1.8 million users even some nude or intimate ones part of a facial recognition experiment by the governments. yahoo says they had nothing to do with it. it says this is a whole new level of violation of our users' privacy. >>> breaking down long-standing barriers. how president obama is pa
. >> shooting, fighting. >> yes. >> i want to be a criminal profiler for the fbi. the violence. that made me not even to want go to school. >> i want to be a prosecutor. it's sad you can't walk down the street. you have to pick and choose the right time to leave the house. >> just the other day, somebody tried to rob my brother with a gun at the gas station. >> it's stressful. that's the most overwhelming thing. >> reporter: the young men joined obama to launch my brother's keeper initiative, tying together the best mentoring programs and provide educational and economic opportunities to at-risk youth. for the president, this was clearly personal. >> when i was their age, i was a lot like them. i didn't have a dad in the house. and i was angry about it. i made bad choices. i got high without always thinking about the harm that it could do me. i didn't always take school as seriously as i should have. i made excuses. i could see myself in these young men. when i made a mistake, the consequences were not as severe. i had people who encouraged me. they never gave up on me. and so i didn't give
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've contact the fbi in case this is connected to the occupy movement. officials are also telling residents to tight been security and lock cars and doors and keep cars and valuables secure. this follows, of course, the growing protests in san francisco against the tech wealthy and the battle over the commuter buses for tech workers all a sign that the occupy movement may be morphing from wall street to silicon valley, of course, where the real wealth is these days, sara >> it's a story that we'll definitely continue to follow. robert frank, good to see you. >> thanks. >>> in light of the massive breach at consumer data at target, the company that secured the networks are basically in an arms race to scoop up the most innovative and most valuable companies in the space. eamon javers is live at the rsa security conference in san fran, has some of the cybersecurity plays that we should be watching. eamon, name some names for us? >> reporter: absolutely, sara. this is a little bit early in the morning here but this place is going to be packed later on today. we've got tens of thousands of the
their lawyers involved and helping us and later contacted the fbi. >> then it became even more dark, not just about money. preside the fbi is now involved. where is the investigation at this point? >> i'm not really allowed to speak of the actual investigation with him, but the fact of the matter is that my story is just one of thousands if not millions. it's a $32 billion industry. >> you're talking about human trafficking? >> human trafficking in general, yeah. >> i just want to be clear here for everybody. did it become ab human trafficking, not just sort of another money scam? >> because there was no money involved. there was no way he would have gotten money from us. like, it was a legitimate -- in terms of the business, he was offering to pay us in the contract he gave us. he wasn't going to get money or anything like that out of us. >> what do you think would have happened if you would have gone over there? >> i mean, that's something in a horror movie. that's the reality of it. i wouldn't be sitting here talking to you. let's put it that way. >> scary thought there. certainly an awful
that the fbi is now offering a $10,000 reward to anyone who catches someone doing it. please, please, do not. >>> meanwhile, asiana airlines is being fined $500,000 for the way it handled that deadly crash in san francisco last year. authorities say that it took the airline in some cases five days to contact some victims' families. >>> and swiss bank executives will be answering questions on capitol hill today. they stand accused of helping their wealthy american clients hide up to $12 billion from the irs. a senate investigation found that credit suisse used among other things a secret elevator, hid cash in panty hose and even stuck bank statements in a "sports illustrated" magazine all to avoid detection. >>> speaking of detection, take a look at this. that. nasa has released new video of a massive flare erupting on the sun, the largest of its type. it's a gas explosion. it unleashed winds topping 4 million miles per hour. how do they know that? thankfully the flare was not pointed at the earth. so no problems are expected here, but whatever planet it may have been pointed at, you have our
to the world markets. so the economic aspects of this whether it's the new silk road, whether it's the fbi, whether it's promoting afghan businesses is something better think americans will continue to be interested in as part of this future relationship. and, finally, saw but i don't think that needs to be much detail but that's to keep focus on counter extremism but not just counterterrorism, extremism. afghanistan is still an important part of the area as well. so the region, economic issues, counter extremism, the foundations for future relationship in afghanistan and the united states. once again i thank the organizers of this to give me this opportunity and i look forward to the rest of the panel and your comments and questions. >> thank you. clare. >> thank you. and i would like to start also by thanking the organizers for all that they do on afghanistan, the region, and for this timely discussion. i've been asked to focus my remarks on governance and i would like to look back over the last decade, and draw a few lessons. shortly after the tragedy of 9/11, a few miles from here, a f
at a jewelry store wearing goggles and respirators claiming to be fbi agents investigating a meth lab. later they pulled a gun and zip tied the employees. one guard them in the back room while others scooped up the goods and got away. >>> interior department calculated the cost of last year's government shutdown of national parks. that 16-day congressional standoff came to $414 million in lost visitor spending at the parks and surrounding communities. the national parks are economic engines. in 2012 generating $27 billion. supporting 243,000 jobs. >>> roads around the nation's capital are still treacherous this morning after a powerful storm kovrtd area with snow and ice. many schools will be delayed or closed for a second day. federal agencies shut down yesterday are opening two hours late this morning. and d.c. is bracing for another blast of bitter cold air with temperatures dipping into single digits. and that same storm turned into a traffic nightmare for drivers across texas. thousands of them stuck on slick highways. the biggest backup formed south of dallas, a line of cars and trucks
with sprint in the lawsuit claiming the wireless carrier overcharged the fbi and other agencies for wiretaps. the suit claims sprint went overboard to the tune of $21 million. sprint says it did nothing wrong. a phoenix detective is in the intensive care unit. the two detectives were chasing a suspect by car when he crashed and opened fire fleeing on foot. the responding officer shot and killed the suspect after he exchanged gunfire with them near the crash site. >>> the obama administration says the shutdown last fall at surrounding parks and communities, $414 million with 8 million viewer visitors. california and arizona lost more than $20 million a piece. they do not call him king for nothing. what a performance. lebron james career high 61 points in the miami victory last night over the charlotte bobcats. james converted eight straight three pointers. they say he went 22 for 33 on field goal attempts. i don't think he missed any shots based on what i've seechblt this also set a team record for a quarter. after the game james told the reporters the man above gave me unbelievable abilities
committee is now asking attorney general eric holder why the f.b.i. probe into the former c.i.a. director is still open after 16 months. some congressmen are suggesting that that investigation is being kept open so that petraeus doesn't speak about other issues like the benghazi terrorist attack. more on that as we get it. >>> also happening this morning, hundreds of parents and students are set to protest new york city mayor de blasio's recent move to close three high performing charter schools in new york city. last week the newly elected mayor announced these schools would be closed, leaving at least 600 kids without a place to learn. the protesters will follow him to the state's capitol today where he's pushing his plan to raise taxes on wealthy new yorkers to fund a universal prekindergarten program. >>> an injured bear is rescued at a california ski resort. this bear, you can see him right there. he was bleeding and wandering around the chair lift area. animal rescue animals worked with key patrols to did he tell him off the mountain and to a vet. he's expected to be just fine. glad
comes out, he comes out. he pays a court. fbi. and when we look at the freedom of information act, the state department, there's so many different intelligence agencies really trying to stop this guy. >> so remind us, about, and you explore this in the book, the it factor that stokely had. mike references a certain -- white folks are scared factor. there was a political it factor that he combined that other people didn't have. >> absolutely. one of the things i argue in the book is he's black power's rock star. and what i mean bhi that is not to diminish or dismiss, but a real, real appeal to stokely carmichael. you could see from the cover, this is an impossibly handsome man, hugely charismatic, and also funny. so he combined so many different aspects that people of the time don't have. and he's the original founder of the black panther party in lawrence county, alabama, starts out as a political party and he becomes honorary prime minister of that party, which has uie newton, bobby seal, so he's onto cover of magazines -- >> and the last 30 years of his life, talk about t. >> he
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